The Meeting at the Cenacle (The Upper Room)
oil on canvas, 50x70 cm, 2004 , framed, signed
Acquired by the owner directly from the artist
Reproduced in: The Jewish Observer monthly (published in Kiev in Russian), no. 7 (283), July 2016, p. 16; and in: The Jewish Kammerton monthly (published in Israel in Russian), no. 12, December 2016, p. 9
Nataly Goncharova was born in 1966 in Kharkov, Ukraine. She graduated from the Kharkov State Art College.
From 1986 she started to participate in art exhibitions. In 1988 Nataly became a member of the Odessa Society of Avant-Garde Artists. In 1993 she moved to Israel.
Odessa was a center of avant-garde and postmodernist art and these trends influenced Nataly's early artworks. Later, after having passed through the austere school of copying ancient icons, she found her unique artistic language.
Having moved to Israel she discovered a new spiritual dimension. Her artistic freedom was enriched with the depth of inner content combining subtle intuition and intellectual control.
Nataly lives and works in Jerusalem. Since 1998 her permanent exhibition is stationed at "NICKA" gallery in Zefat Artist Colony.
Nataly Goncharova’s artworks are held in private collections in France, Germany, Poland, Holland, Austria, Russia, Israel, Canada and the USA.